WWDC 2018: What we expect from Apple

WWDC is one of the biggest events Apple holds every year, where the Cupertino company announces updates headed to iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks. Last year, Apple introduced a lot of big things like HomePod Speaker, iMac Pro, improved Siri, multitasking features, 10.5 inch iPad Pro and a whole slew of iMessage features. This year’s WWDC event is expected to arrive…

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10.5 inch iPad Pro review: Bigger screen and bigger power

The 10.5 inch iPad Pro is an iPad that we all need from the Cupertino Company this year. The new tablet is designed for those users who are looking for a smaller-screened iPad model with advanced features and stunning design. The brand new 10.5 inch iPad Pro is packed with the best of Apple’s hardware and technologies, like ProMotion display…

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Macbook Pro Fan Always On, Loud Or Not Working

If your Macbook Pro fan is always on, loud, not working, or experiencing other problems like invariable fan speed, or excessive noise, then there may be several things you can try to fix this. Macbook Pro Fan Always On A Macbook Pro fan should always be on. However it should not be excessively noisy or running at a high speed…


MacBooks and MacBook Pros will be upgraded with Kaby Lake processor, plus more RAM

According to reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, Apple has planned significant updates for the Mac lineup in 2017. In the new investor note, Kuo reveals that both the 12-inch MacBook and the 13- and 15-inch MacBook will be upgraded in 2017 with Intel’s 7th Generation Kaby Lake. Not stopping there, the 15-inch MacBook Pro will ship with up…


Setting up a Bluetooth Keyboard and Mouse on your Mac

It’s obvious that your Mac ships with the two Bluetooth devices, namely Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse, but you would like other devices with different design so that you can further your experience with the Mac. At this point, you may want to select a third-party Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, however, you may be left wondering how to set up…


MacMorpheus assists PlayStation VR and macOS to play together

The good news for Mac users: a member of the PlayStation VR subreddit, nicknamed emoRaivis, recently created a post saying they created a macOS app, dubbed MacMorpheus, that can play 3D 180/360 videos on PSVR. And in this post, we will cover how to download and install the app. Let’s dig in. Don’t miss: How to restore Mac startup chime…

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No MagSafe in your 12-inch MacBook? Know how to get that effect

When Apple unveiled its single-port MacBook last year, the MagSafe power connector was not available at all. It was delivered via USB-C instead. If you felt a strong desire to have MagSafe, you had to opt for the Pro edition – MacBook Pro. However, the bad news is that the popular power connector for the Pro lineup has been replaced…


Apple confirms that AirPods will take some more time for Market launch

Apple introduced AirPods, its first pair of wireless headphones, at the iPhone 7 launch last month and planned to ship the device this month, but now the company isn’t saying when they’ll be rolled out. The statement says AirPods are not ready yet, and the product will take some more time for market launch. Apple delaying the launch of products…


Satechi Aluminum Slim Wireless Keypad launched for Mac

Satechi, a brand famed for its sleek, functional and organizational workspace solutions, has just launched its latest Metallic Series product – the Aluminum Slim Wireless Keypad. Serving as a merger of both form and function, the Aluminum Slim Wireless Keypad is a great wireless solution for expanding the functionality of a user’s current keyboard, leading to a more comfortable environment…


Apple plans to introduce Dynamic E-Ink Keyboard for MacBooks

Amidst the rumors that Apple might introduce an OLED touch strip to its MacBook lineup, few reports claim that the company plans to make a big change to the MacBook keyboard. Apple has been reportedly been in discussions with Australian startup Sonder, regarding Sonder’s dynamic E-Ink keyboard for upcoming MacBooks. Although Sonder, part of Foxconn’s Incubator program has confirmed that…


My Passport for Mac portable hard drive comes with a brand new look

When it comes to high design, it’s undeniable that an external hard drive isn’t usually the first thing that comes to mind. However, these days, Western Digital has made efforts to launch its products with good design in order to make them even more pleasing to the consumer’s eye. Indeed, being aware of the fact that design, especially in tech,…

Save iPhone battery life

Save iPhone Battery Life

Battery life is really important if you are using an iPhone 5 or iPhone 6. With the increased number of features that come with every new iPhone, like increased pixel density screens, more powerful processors, and more demanding software applications, battery life is always at risk of being reduced with a new iPhone release. If you install the latest iOS…

How to Fix iPhone Charging Port

How to Fix iPhone Charging Port: 2015 Guide

If your iPhone 5, 5S, 5C or iPhone 6 won’t charge…the fix might be really simple. My iPhone 5, which is now over 2 years old, suddenly wouldn’t charge at all, using either my wall charger or the USB cable. I tried bending the cable, which sometimes helped, but this seemed like a very poor solution. So I wondered to myself…How…

Reset SMC Mac

How to Reset SMC on a Mac

If you’re having trouble with your Mac, and a PRAM reset hasn’t worked, you may need to try reset SMC (System Management Controller) on your Mac. Why you should Reset SMC on your Mac Fans —The computer’s fans run at high speed although the computer is not experiencing heavy usage and is properly ventilated. Lights — Keyboard backlight not working correctly,…

Reset PRAM on Mac

Reset PRAM on a Mac

If you’re having trouble with your Mac, resetting the PRAM might help. It is one of the most common troubleshooting techniques on the Mac. This article tells you how to reset the PRAM and also tells you more about what it is. Reset PRAM You can reset the PRAM by restarting your Mac and holding down the keyboard combination Command+Option+P+R….